A 12-year-old was arrested with a gun on Chicago’s West Side Tuesday, marking at least the third report of armed children in recent weeks.
August Adolphus Busch IV had eight dogs, several prescription drugs, and four loaded guns in his chopper when officers prevented him from taking off.
Investigators believe the shooter hid the AR-15 he used under his lab coat. A female doctor was killed, and five others were “fighting for their lives.”
Twenty more federal agents are now in Chicago, working as part of a new task force that will crack down on gun traffickers and repeat gun offenders.
Punta Gorda Police Chief Tom Lewis was acquitted Thursday of a misdemeanor charge in the death of Mary Knowlton at a community demonstration last summer.
The House on Thursday passed a pair of bills aimed at stiffening penalties for undocumented immigrants as well as the sanctuary cities that shield them.
Five officers testified Tuesday that nobody checked whether a gun had blanks before a community demonstration that ended with a librarian dead.
An indictment unsealed Wednesday alleges the agent lied to his superiors about firing two shots at Finicum just before he was shot and killed last January.
There still aren’t any ranges in Chicago. But in the northern suburbs, an opulent new gun range is the latest version of the newest trend.
A grand jury indicted three Chicago officers on several charges Tuesday, alleging they lied to cover up the police killing of Laquan McDonald in 2014.